#RANDOMLOVELETTER CHALLENGE 2016

#RandomLoveLetter Instagram Challenge

June is a few days away which means it’s almost time for the annual #RandomLoveLetter Instagram Challenge! This is one of my favorite challenges I have done and I am so excited to be co-hosting with @sarahdshotts & @randomolive this year! Are you ready for 30 days of awesome messages being left around town for people to find?

Here is how it works:

From June 1st to June 30th, write a note with a positive message each day or as often as you can. Leave your random love letter in a public place for someone to discover. Take a photo of your note and share it on Instagram & Twitter using the hastag #RandomLoveLetter. Important note: there is no “S” at the end of the hashtag!

You can leave your messages in library books, grocery store aisles, elevators, park benches–anywhere someone might come across it! The mission is to brighten up someone’s day when they find our love letters!

This year we will also be having weekly themes to help inspire you and are very excited to be teaming up with @HandletteredABCs for the first week!

We will recap the project in July and highlight some of our favorite #RandomLoveLetter photos on our IG feeds and blogs.

Get started:

1. Share the above image on social media to let your friends know about the challenge. You can also repost and retweet from any of our accounts.

#RandomLoveLetter Instagram Challenge 2016

 

2. Tweet: I’m joining the #RandomLoveLetter IG Challenge!

 

3. Download the 2016 cheatsheet with weekly themes and ideas.

 

4. Scroll through the #RandomLoveLetter on Instagram to get inspired! You can also check out my recap from 2015.

 

I hope you will join us in spreading the love and I can’t wait to see your love letters! 

 

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